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identified six victims but four remain. >> where are the bodies? >> what bodies? i don't know anything bit. >> in his words, girl near heelsburg. girl on mount tam. girl from miami. girl from berkeley. >> who are those women? >> you tell me. >> i don't know. you know. >> you're still playing games. >> nochlt ask the prosecution. i judge. i don't know. >> nayso says he's saving the true meaning for aprily. he won't explain why he didn't use the information if it would have helped the case. >> that is my family picture. >> i pressed him on this bizarre photo that he took of mannequins. he applied make up and dressed in lingerie. >> you've got ten. does that correspond to your list of ten? >> no. no. it doesn't. >> sit for the women you killed? >> no. no. >> he kept pictures and momentos in a safe deposit box 1 woman, apparently dead at the friem her waist down. her husband identified her by under wear she wore. >> he's wrong. >> who's photograph was sna >> a lady from the waist down you kept in your safe deposit box. have you no idea who it was? >> no. >> did you take it? >> i don't remembe
for a situation many people couldn't imagine. >> i'm not a hero. i don't want to say, i don't wear a batman suit or superman. or these, you know, these characters i just reacted the way i did. >> the man who tried to catch a woman who jumped from the third deck after yesterday's raider game told abc7 news he'd do it again. >> i braced myself to catch her. i was hoping i could, when i caught her, i could lock arms around her to absorb impact with me. but unfortunately, she hit and she bounced off. >> the 61-year-old ended up with severe bruising but no serious injuries when the young woman he tried to catch landed knees first into his arms. sending both of them to the pavement. >> he said what ran to his mind is don't let people see this. try to save her and stop it. >> just 15 minutes after the raider game a vietnam war veteran they were walking outside they sought woman, 45 feet above. she crawled out on to a ledge. >> the training you receive in the marine corps is, it's you don't react. you just do it. >> raiders set a contingent that included willie brown to pay navidad a visit and bring him
the institution for more than 100 years >> i don't think. it's apaches everybody knows. it's vallejo. >> i don't believe it's offensism i think we're honoring apaches. >> to young people, i would say they're not aware of the broader ramifications. >> it's a battle raging across the nation n southern california anti-arab discrime nation committee took issue for this image of its referred arab mascot. in washington, d.c. the redskins football team has been under pressure to change. as have cleveland indians and atlanta braves what. used to be okay snot anymore. it >> used to be we had to ride in the back of the bus. was it right then? is it right now? no. >> but is it right in vallejo? >> these games, no. but there -- they are the same. >> tim says he would know racism if he saw it. >> i've never seen an indian mascot. >> have you seen a feather? >> never seen a feather. >> heard a drum? >> no drum beats. or dancing or anything. >> anybody ever say kill apaches? >> no. nothing. >> times are changing we're getting more civil. >> and contentious. in vallejo, wayne freedman abc7 news. wet weather
here, it's about worker that's shop at walmart and pay them and don't know they're not treating their workers fairly. >> we offer competitive wages, health benefits starting at $18 a paycheck, we know these are quality jobs and are proud of what our owe continue to do. >> demonstrators may have blocked some traffic but it hasn't stopped shoppers from buying on black friday here, walmart says crowds have been very steady here all day. there were protests across the nation but this is the only one in the bay area that we know of. i'm allen wong, abc # news oochl thank you. and breaking news out of southern california on this black friday. a man with a gun has barricaded himself inside of a verizon wireless store in los angeles county. it's happening the community of la crescenta north of glendale. no one else believed to be inside but l.a. county sheriff has evacuated all nearby businesses in the strip mall. all of this started around 4:00 this afternoon. >> break news involving a twist in the bait battle between bart and unions. we broke on twitter we've learned unio
for a yoplait. i don't mind, i mean it's orange crème. and when mom said bobby was too edgy... 'sup girl. i just swapped him out for tyler. 'sup girl. mom never questioned bobby again. two can play at this game. [ female announcer ] swap one snack a week for a yoplait. and everybody wins. yoplait. it is so good. >>> low turn outis the best way to characterize elections around the bay area. one issue is measure c, one of the toughest gun laws in the country if it passes banning ammunition that holds more than ten rounds, requiring gun owners to keep guns lockd and report theft within 48 hours. >> i voted yes on measure c. i believe we should make people have stronger enforcement on making sure kun guns are safe.. >> i voted against it. i don't think that is the way to control gun violence. >> in san francisco, big battles over a passel on washington street measures b and c lifting height restriction as louing 134 condominiums to be built where a parking lot are now. >>> and three cities have measures on the ballot to move their elections to even numbed years. >> there are hot issues on the ballot
is going on? he said son, you don't know? your father has expired. those are the words he said. i never heard someone say that. >> november 27, 1978. dan white, a former firefighter elected to the board of supervisors shot and killed the two men. he had resigned from the board this month, but now, wanted his seat back. white was angry mosconi refused to reappoint him. instead of going through metal detectors white slipped in through a door in the basement, willie brown was then a state assemblyman meeting with mosconi in the mayor's office, he left 45 seconds before white entered >> we're having coffee and george said, you know, how doi juell this guy it's over? etc.? i got to do it. and i walked out, white walked in. >> reporter: brown would learn he was also on the death list. white encountered harvey milk. gay riefts activist cleve jones just met with harvey milk that morning. >> harvey sent me home to get a file from hi apartment. i came back and saw his body. >> a tearful board of supervisors president, dianne feinstein broke the news. tens of thousands attended a march and rally
in general. >> right now, placard holders can park for free the misuse by those who don't need them is rampant. there are 23 regular parking spaces on this block. this afternoon, 19 were filled with cars with handicapped placards. a woman in an adjacent building saysç she stnt think it's patients because those cars are there, all day. >> i want to be chairitable. but the fact is that there is not enough parking. there is not enough turnover for everybody. there is no enforcement.lp >> reporter: a special committee will be asking the city and state to add more blue zones, a 70% increase,Ñi increa dmv oversight after provals, put reasonable time limits for the parking. the committee member says it includes asking dmv to link photos to the holder. >> that way, they can scan the and know something is wrong, right away. >> the board will vote november 19th, and supervisors, the 5th. they can encounter pressure from able-body whoed think there must be a better solution. >> if you can't find parking whether you're able bodied or not. >> abc7 news learned there is a big shake up in the
car asks a motorcycle. >> our south beach camera captured this picture, oh, sorry we don't have that for you. we can expect back up to last sometime. going to be slow going, get it out of san francisco for those heading to the bay bridge on this holiday. good evening. >> take a look at this. in the center of the screen is the new fourth bore of the caldecott tunnel. with just a week to go, it was put to the test today every commuter will be delighted to know it passed the test and all systems go to open to traffic next week. that much-anticipated fourth bore will eliminate congestion. abc7 news is live with the finishing touches for a grand opening. laura? >> well, hi there. all eyes on construction of the new bay bridge, work here was quietly humming along. this week as these tests unfold throughout the week, passing motorists may see emergency vehicles outside of the new tunnel, but not to worry. it's just a prelude to an opening. >> we're going to plug into this system now. >> caltrans and several fire agencies are running through scenarios in the new fourth floor of the cal
're a tourist or commuter almost taking it for granted until paying the toll. >> people don't prefer to pay more if they don't have to. >> in the case of the golden gate bridge, it appears they will. there are option that's could raise it to $eight. >> they told us at $six that that was going to be it. >> good yes kwe. >> things cost more than they did six years ago. we fund transit. and it helps with mobility. >> or in, six words, capitol reserves doyle drive transit and infrom a structures from repainting towers to parking at land spurs landing is an issue. >> i would be willing to pay for parking. >> $five a day. >> did you know when golden gate bridge opened a toll ticket costs $0.50? if you adjust for inflation, it's 8ed today. one amount they're consider being. you're talking about a fare higher than the bay bridge? >> yes. >> do you feel guilty about that? >> no. >> because there is a need for it. to help us fund the transit system. which in turn, keeps about 25% of the traffic that would have to cross the bridge off the bridge in the mornings. >> reporter: next step, presenting options
classes we don't know. and to be honest things are getting more expensive. i won't be surprised if this is a very temporary thing. >> she wants to make it easy for community college students to transfer into uc system. cornell bernard, abc7 news. >>> there are new health and safety concerns for residents of treasure island. our media partner discovered documents detailing an alarming discovery in the lawns of one neighborhood. abc7 news is live on treasure island now with the story. sergio? >> reporter: according to health and safety documents one worker found metal so radio active it could burn skin and cause ulcerations.. crews are working on stripping out toxic materials from the buildings. but in a story by our media partner, state regulators found radioactive materials outside of the fences one resident didn't want to use her name says she's worried for her daughter. >> she's walking around, picking up things thinking this is a rock you know? what if she picks up the wrong thing? >> california department of public health workers found radio active shards in the launz of s
. >> governor brown said please, don't ask me for more money. yes. >> what happened to prop 30? >> we will going to look for ways to reduce our own costs. we're going to look for ways to stream line transferring community college students into uc system we had a lot on our plate. >> this is a test of how politically savvy she can be. her goal is maintaining its reputation as one of the research institutions. >> it's not a time out. it's an opportunity to explore cost structure to see what needs to be done for long term sustainability. >> and there are student protests. record-breaking number of disser sayings tagss. >> as someone with rich experience running very high-level, complex institutions. >>> a former governor once referred to napolitano as a workaholic. >> what do you do for fun? >> i read for fun. fiction, nonfiction i go to music. i go to movies. >> reporter: what are you reading down? >> "the gold finch". >> napolitano won't say how many hours she puts in but let's just say sures not a kt k59 5:00 job. she lives in a condo in oakland not far from the office. tuition at university of
. >> identify with a gender, i don't have a gender. >> reporter: despite what happened on the bus that day, he will return to riding buses with friends and will continue to wear skirts. >> i'm going to keep wearing a skirt. that's something that i'm not going to give up. it's a big part of who i am. >> reporter: laura anthony, abc 7 news. >>> a thanksgiving crime spree in san jose left four people wounded and a suspect shot dead by police. it started with a stabbing and a carjacking. it ended with an officer involved shooting on may jr. berry road. the driver went the wrong way on the freeway. david louie joins us live from one of the crime scenes. >> reporter: kirk glen drive has been a crime scene for eight hours ever since a san jos police officer shot and killed a suspect who rammed his patrol car after stabbing four people. it's unclear why the suspect stabbed four people. there are bloodstains near the front door and used medical supplies on the front lawn. police said they believed the victims and their attacker knew each other. the suspect got away by carjacking a minivan on north jack
good. >> many riders don't care anymore who gets what in this contract. just that it's done. they can't take anymore uncertainty. >> bart management and unions need to get their stuff together because public has been through this with what? who bart strikes now? i don't think it's fair to go through that, again. >> some do an opinion about what is agreed to. >> dear bart let employees have family leave they need it. >> i think you should just you know, man up and approve what you'd agreed to. >> and all are incredulous they can bungle negotiations. >> what i want to say is inappropriate. >> it's hard to believe they missed it they probably did read the papers and maybe it's not entirely the truth. >> bart made dona happy. >> i'm in the a bart rider, i'm happy i'm not because when i see the dissatisfaction by friends have about it. >> reporter: abc7 news. >> we'd love to hear what have you to say. send your video to our facebook page or you can post it on twitter. >>> huge decision in the tech world a jury decided that samsung should pay $290 million to apple for copying features
next tuesday, sunny skies and mild. temperatures climbing back to up 70 degrees by tuesday. so we don't see another rainfall event coming our way in next seven days let's hope for some. we need it. >> we do. thank you. >> coming up next a new adventure of bat kid. >> police chief adds up the cost of the detail. >>> u.s. government and city of san jose are making it easier to file patents. the commerce department has been looking for a location in silicon valley which generates more patent applications than anywhere in the country. >> this brings an industry of engineers and we're thrilled to see it happen. >> the office is expected to open by the end of 2014. about a dozen judges will be employed there. >> bat kid day did not cost san francisco a cent in police overtime. the chief tells abc7 news the officers were already scheduled for duty. the make a wish foundation organized a day to grant the wish of little miles. >> not one penny of overtime spent by the san francisco police department on the event on friday. it would not be fair to all of the other tremendously worth while chari
for a day. >> wow, this is too much. i don't know what to say. >> big brother was off with batman to rescue a damsel in distress. the caped crusader encountered a sus spishus device that needed disarming. not a moment to spare because riddler up to no good. bat kid arrived just in time. a pit stop was in order. even super heros have to eat. >> very to believe you worked up quite an appetite. head on down to burger bar. tell them lunch is on the chief of police. >> reporter: the break won't last lovenlg a flash mob signalled lucille, the mascot had been kidnapped by the evil penguin. bat kid rescued lucille. it was a typical day for bat kid that ended with a rally the mayor presented bat kid, aka, miles with a key to the city. and to think he just thought he was getting a costume. it was an incredible day and really emotional to see how much support. >> it must have been exciting to be part of this. >> reporter: this is all about miles and people in san francisco made it happen this, is going to be something he'll every never forget. that is really cool. >> great job. how much fun. good wo
. there may be revenues, but we don't know what the profitability will be. there's a host of unknowns. resign affidavit lites say twitter played it conservative, acknowledging weak spots while projecting confidence about its future. >> they were very cautious. they took a very meticulous approach to approaching this big ipo day. they've been talking candidly about their growth. they've been talking about their slower growth. they've been talking about how many really engaged user they have. >> reporter: whether you watch from the sidelines or put your cash on the line, twitter is having in just eight letters a good day. >> we're watching the star be born. that's always exciting. >> reporter: twitter now has $2 billion to expand the company. and investors who sunk their money into the stock today, they'll have to wait for the company to turn a profit. at twitter headquarters in san francisco, david louis, abc 7 news. >> the twitter update has turned the company's founders into billionaires. at the closing price, the 10% stake in twitter held by co-founder evan williams is now worth $2.5 billio
to this. they're sort of getting off scot-free. i don't think it's right. >> reporter: this after a massive investigation two years, hundreds of interviews. prosecutors apparently left the statute of limitations run out on a serious charge of securities fraud. >> there are blatant actions that would co-have been brought to light and never where. unfortunately at this point, it's too late. >> reporter: investors filed a class action lawsuit against wells fargo for its part. walter ng going through a bankruptcy. the process continues until the end of the year. >> are there words for investors? >> we'll talk after sentencing. >> reporter: many lost their homes and more. >> we invested money in a wrongful death suit against when our son died and we used that money to fund a program at childrens hospital. that money vanished. >> after the bernie madoff scandal there is a new irs rule that let's investors write off losses but the investors may not kwaul fichlt one irs told me there will be angry investors. >> yes. understandably. >> yes. >> it's a shame. >> it s >>> in oakland police
know they don't bull them unless they intend to use them. >> westbrook was not hurt and plans to file a formal complaint against the deputy very soon. >> cal police are investigating a rash of robberies and attempt robberies on campus. there will three since wednesday night and a dozen theft or robbery attempts since october 1st. several senior sergio is live. reporter: a uk berkeley spokesperson says they have been working very hard to make the campus save, and they have been making really good progress recently, except that this recent string of attacks has students on guard. the most recent attack happened here at the faculty grade. last friday night. in that incident an 18-year-old woman was grabbed from behind while one suspect while a second suspect pulled a gun on her, then took her phone and rifled through her purse. she managed to get free and then chased after her attackers but they got away. i talked with one student who says she heard about the recent series of attacks, so she is doing something to protect herself. >> because of it, i actually have pepper spray in my bag,
truck. now have this restaurant. >> we don't know if it's going to work out, but we're excited. we're taking a challenge. >> work hard enough? it lessens the risk. >> the state public utilities commission today proposed a $17 million fine against pg&e for not rerting potential problem was a pipeline in san carlos the line taken out of service. records revealed it could have laws as one that exploded three years ago. lastonth, an administrativeudge proposed $50,000 per day, dating back to march, when pg&e failed to notify the p.u.c of the faulty records. today's recommendation nearly triple that's by starting the clock in november. p.u.c says pg&e likely became aware of the discrepancy. >> if inial reaction is any indication, an ia to have a's moving to san francisco d share giants ballpark is striking out. major league baseball is trying to put pressure on a's to work out a leas extension in oakland by suesting if they don't, they could hab tate with gnts for a while. abc7 news is in oakland with t story. >> if they cover up orange and black, yes. of course. other than that, no. th
relatives in storm-damaged areas. >> we don't have anything, nothing. so that's why we're here. >> the biggest typhoon has hit the philippines -- >> in san francisco, members of the filipino community center appeal for cash donations on market street. so relief can get to those who dells -- desperately need it. >> if you would like to help, go to our web site,, and click, seive see see, we have likes to local organizations putting together relief efforts. >> the storm continues to move in vietnam evacuations forced more than 120,000 people from their homes. it's still considered extremely dangerous, especially in low-lying area. the winds are pushing water surges of ten to 20 feet into the coastline,floods are expected in other areas. abc7 news meteorologist leigh glaser is tracking the typhoon. >> it's decreasing in speed and strength but still giving vietnam, the northeastern quadrant there, quite a bit of a pounding, right there near the coast. winds right now, if this were a category -- if this was a hurricane, it would be a category 1, barely a category 1, 75 mile
's report when we get it. we don't have it yet. >> we'll have to take another week or so. and perhaps, answers to this baffling case. >>> friends confirm a bay area man is being held in north korea. the 85-year-old was removed from a plane as he was leaving the country, entering north korea on a tour arranged by a business based in beijing. neither the north korean government noer the u.s. state department confirmed the detention but a friend issued a statement today saying there has to be a terrible misunderstanding. i hope north koreans will allow him to return to his family as soon as possible. newman is a retired finance executive and a 50 year volunteer for the pal yes alto red cross. he lives with his wife in a retirement community. >> the memory of president kennedy being saluted tonight honoring this year's 16 winners of the presidential medal of freedom. recipients include former president clinton and oprah winfrey. singer loweretta lynn. for a list of the honorees go to abc7 and click on see it on tv. >> congress handed out it's highest awards as well. and a lakodo
are looking for evidence still. they don't know if he was assaulted or did he fall off the gym roof, 30 feet up. they home the cameras footage will help. >> this young man and several of his friends were here on the campus and were engaged in parkour, jumping roof to roof and against walls. one man fell and hurt his leg. >> parkour is a training group that teaches extreme dangerous sport of urban acrobatics, including jumping from rooftops. parkour started in france and. >> i have seen videos on facebook. never from that high of a roof. >> what's the attraction to that sport you think? >> probably adrenaline junkies. >> scary for me. school is supposed to be a safe environment for the children. if this happened, it really, really frightening. >> reporter: police hope to interview the injured teen when doctors bring him out of an induced coma this week. so far, no witnesses have come forward. in santa rosa, cornell barnard, abc 7 news. >>> a man was arrested after police say he assaulted his girlfriend and jumped off 0 a second floor balcony to escape. it happened at a home on glenn drive. th
questioned her, she answered it could be jaconi. >> he said why don't you commit suicide? having known that i had become suicidal and in treatment. and was really on the edge. for those three months. it was the most devastating thing i have ever heard come out of my husband's mouth. >> reporter: bill lockyear declined to be interviewed but suffice to say they both said hurtful things they regret. after the argument nadya left with their son. but days worth of food from target and got a room at this hotel. that night jaconi arrived. nadya says she questioned him about his plans and then, he attacked. >> i remember waking up on the floor. he was bark my head against the floor. i couldn't move. i just gave up. like, i thought if i fought, i would, i would not, i was going to die. >> jaconi's attorney telling l.a. times i think she has issues and struggling. watching someone fall apart in the public eye. nadya suffered bruises to the head and neck and a concussion. because she'd worked for the district attorney, the case went to the state attorney general which declined to charge jaconi saying i
of relief. >> reporter: have you ever gotten caught short? >> not yet. >> reporter: teslas don't need a super charger, they can charge other outlet, a good thing, here in san francisco, there isn't a super charger. the nearest someone fremont near tesla's factory. the free chargers at chrissy field take several hours to charge a tesla. see a super charger here at chrissy field? >> think about it, that is probably good idea. >> reporter: first, tesla wants to finish the route from new york to l.a., then boston to miami. [ horn honking ] in san francisco, jonathan bloom, abc7 news. >> the tesla is becoming as popular as it is pricey is in affluent areas. according to, the tesla is the number one selling car in these bay area cities. it is no coincidence these are among the most affluent places in the country. keep in mind, tesla is the number one selling car in norway. >>> another vision of tesla ceo elon musk has taken a big step forward tonight. musk has proposed building what he calls the hyper loop, which would shoot you through a tube in an air conditioned capsule betwe
arguing and wasn't all that bad. wasn't like -- i don't know. didn't catch my attention. and then i heard the gunshots and that's when i looked out the window. >> neighbors say large crowd was leaving this sixth street nightclub, which hosted a hip-hop event on saturday. the owner told us he doubts anyone inside his club played a part in the crime. police hope surveillance cam florida the area will help identify suspects. >> nobody in custody at this point. our homicide vettors are working on various leads. >> police are asking for public for any information they may have about the murder. >>> tonight san jose police are investigating the city's 42nd 42nd murder this year. police officers found a man who had been shot and killed there have been no arrests. >> some self-described geeks and hackers met in san francisco to tackle gun violence through technology. tackers and community members met at the geek dom office and focused on be violence and the connection to mental health. >> we're also looking at applications that help families, individuals, parents, do a very quick and simple menta
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